Lidia Yermoshina

Central Election Commission (CEC) chairwoman Lidziya Yarmoshyna / Euroradio

The early voting turnout figures were significantly lower during the previous parliamentary and presidential elections in Belarus.

Central Election Commission (CEC) meeting, 22 July 2020 / Screenshot from broadcast​

Not more than three observers are allowed in a polling station during early voting and up to five on Election Day (August 9).

Lidziya Yarmoshyna / BELTA

It would require changing the Election Code and it is impossible to do it before the election.

Anatol Lyabedzka / Euroradio file photo

Opposition activist Anatol Lyabedzka says there are many reasons to dismiss the current head of Central Election Commission.

Belarus' Central Election Commission chairperson Lidziya Yarmoshyna / Euroradio

The chair of Belarus' central election authority says e-voting will be gradually implemented as transparent boxes are outdated.

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Belarus' CEC head says the most active voters consume traditional media, while online generation stays away from elections.

Central Election Commission chairwoman Lidziya Yarmoshyna / BELTA

The CEC chair says it would be too early to conduct a presidential election in spring, too close to the parliamentary election.

Alyaksandr Lukashenka / ria.ru

CEC Chair said there is still a month to decide on the date.

Reuters

The head of the Central Election Commission gave a short interview to Euroradio.